Government Watch

Government meetings in SLO County the week of 2/3

February 3, 2014 

A roundup of this week’s agendas:

Atascadero Unified School District Board of Trustees. Meets Tuesday. 462-4200. Approving one-time payments for district superintendent, assistant superintendent and staff in lieu of salary increases; releasing temporary certificated employees; Common Core standards implementation; GreenHound Academy update.

Grover Beach City Council. Meets Monday. 473-4567. Mid-year budget review; proposed agreement between Grover Beach and Arroyo Grande for fire, rescue, and emergency medical aid dispatch services for the Five Cities Fire Authority areas. Paso Robles City Council. Meets Tuesday. 237-3960. Hearings to amend city code to add a chapter on menacing and aggressive animals; consider which projects are eligible for community development block grants; consider which activities would be funded using Federal Home Investment Partnership Act and Emergency Shelter Grant funds.

Pismo Beach City Council. Meets Tuesday. 773-4657. Declare a moderately restricted water supply condition and place some restrictions on water use; sixmonth budget status report; appointments to the Chapman Estate Advisory Commission.

San Luis Obispo City Council. Meets Tuesday. 781-7100. Review of the Monterey Place mixed-use project at 667 and 679 Monterey St.; amendments to the city’s election campaign regulations; progress report on the hazard mitigation plan.

San Luis Coastal School Board. Meets Tuesday. 549-1202. Approval of the Common Core funding plan; environmental review of the Johnson Street Project.

San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. Meets Tuesday. 781-5450. Hearing to consider a request by the Port San Luis Harbor District to waive permit processing fees of about $17,000 associated with the Harbor Terrace Project; appeal hearing of the conditional-use permit for the Mesa Dunes Mobile Home Estates.

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